Imagine which Jelly Mould Pavilion you might choose to celebrate the contribution made by people of the black diaspora to the fabulously rich cacophony of vistas and the amazing wealth at the heart of Liverpool ’s history.
Plan your tour to see them all. Start at Sudley House and include Blackburne House & Cafe, R.Jackson’s Art Shop, Merseyside Maritime Museum , Williamson Art Gallery and Lady Lever Art Gallery in order to make your choice.
You are welcome to use this project to look at beautiful objects in your museums, enjoy Liverpool and Wirral on foot or public transport, www.merseytravel.gov.uk find information about courses on dozens of subjects blackburnehouse.co.uk maybe think about buying quality art materials or simply to have tea and coffee with your friends.
Find dozens of potential Liverpool locations for the Jelly Mould Pavilion (Lime street station? Everton Water Tower? or Albert Dock!). Look at numerous ideas for diaspora memorials in Paris and London. Link to experts in city memorials, Liverpool ceramics and the history of black people in Liverpool. Find information about the African continent, explore other artists’ web sites, and plan your next visit to a local museum www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk www.visitwirral.com
The displays in all 6 locations open on Saturday 27th March 2010 from 2pm until 4pm and run until the 6th June 2010. All venues are FREE to enter
Project devised by Lubaina Himid
Commemorating Abolition The Project Anniversary Events STAMP “Monuments” by Lubaina Himid The question you could ask first is – Who are monuments for? Only when this has been asked and the many questions and claims, which will arise from this first question, have at least been acknowledged, can anyone begin to talk about what that monument might look […]
The Jelly Mould Pavilions for Liverpool are launched on the 27th March 2010 as part of a 30 piece display at Sudley House and in smaller groups at Merseyside Maritime Museum, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Williiamson Art Gallery, Jackson’s Art Shop and Blackburne House Cafe. Visit them all and make your choice.
The Liverpool Jelly Mould Pavilion Project, is a city wide multi site collaboration with Liverpool Museums Service. The Jelly Mould Pavilions for Liverpool were launched on the 27th March 2010 as part of a 30 piece display at Sudley House and in smaller groups at Merseyside Maritime Museum, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Williiamson Art Gallery, Jacksons Art Shop and […]
“Monuments” by Lubaina Himid The question you could ask first is: Who are monuments for? Only when this has been asked and the many questions and claims, which will arise from this first question, have at least been acknowledged, can anyone begin to talk about what that monument might look like, be like, achieve or […]
Northern Art Prize artist Lubaina Himid winner of the People’s Choice Award 2011 Northern Art Prize – preparing the art work for the opening launch, Lubaina’s assistant Andy Greenacre carefully prepares and places each Jelly Pavilion and the many miniature model figures, under the artists’ direction: For more information […]
Paris An interesting and useful Paris guide book I found abandoned in a hotel lobby in London late last year, also lists nearly 300 places of interest : from the ancient Conciergerieand its “grisly” associations with the guillotine to the modern Opera National de Paris Bastille. Of course this means that it includes the Eiffel tower, the Musee d’Orsay, […]
Jelly mould pavilions are intimate and miniature objects with which we can imagine a place to view magnificient vistas made visible and actual by the invisible contributions of the people of the African Diaspora to the wealth of the city. Jelly mould as shell, as viewing tower, as hide. Jelly mould pavilion; the dome at rest. Imagine a competition […]
The Pavilions project is designed to find solutions to the challenge of how to commemorate the contribution made by the people of the African diaspora to the history, culture and rich fabric of the city of Liverpool.
Imagine a competition with entries by architects from 52 African countries including Tanzania, Mali, Nigeria Senegal and Mozambique, all commissioned to design a Pavilion for Liverpool. The Pavilions project is designed to find solutions to the challenge of how to commemorate the contribution made by the people of the African diaspora to the history, culture and rich fabric […]
Imagine a competition with entries by architects from 52 African countries including Tanzania, Mali, Nigeria Senegal and Mozambique, all commissioned to design a Pavilion for Liverpool.
ANGOLA ALGERIA BENIN BOTSWANA BURKINA BURUNDI CAMEROUN CAP-VERT REPUBLIC CENTRAL AFRICA COMORES CONGO DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO COTE D IVOIRE DJIBOUTI EGYPT ERITREA ETHIOPIA GABON GAMBIA GHANA GUINEA GUINEE-BISSAO EQUATORIAL GUINEA KENYALESOTHO LIBYA MAGADASCAR MALAWI MALI MOROCCO MAURITIUS MAURITANIA MOZAMBIQUE NAMBIA NIGER NIGERIA UGANDA RWANDA SAO TOME AND PRECIPE SENEGAL SEYCHELLES SIERRA LEONE SOMALIA SOUTH AFRICA SUDAN SWAZILAND TANZANIA CHAD TOGO TUNISIA ZAMBIA ZIMBABWE
Liverpool potential sites:
Some possible locations for The Jelly Mould Pavilion in Liverpool include
Albert Dock, Blackburn House Car Park, Otterspool Promenade, Lime Street Station, The Pier Head, Sudley Park, William Brown Street, Lady Lever Gallery Car Park, Tithebarn Street, Abercromby Square, Falkener Square, St Brides in Percy Street, Sefton Park, Old Hall Street, Chisenhale Street, Everton Hill, Lord Street, Mount Pleasant, Dale Street, Exchange Flags, Rumford Place, St Nicolas Church, St Georges Dock , The Goree, Beetham Plaza, Allerton Park, Stanley Dock, Sefton Street, Herculaneum Dock, St Johns Gardens, Whitley Park, Browside Everton Terrace, Everton Ridge, Roscommon Street, Scotland Road, Kingsway, Catherine Street, Nelson Street, Duke Street, Campbell Square, Fazakerly Street, Old Hall Street, Derby Square
South Africa Architectural practices
Art & Life in Africa http://africa.uima.uiowa.edu/chapters/everyday-endeavor/architecture/
Architects Egypt http://www.archinos.com/
Architecture for Humanity http://architectureforhumanity.org/campaign/10years
Football For Hope Centre http://architectureforhumanity.org/node/1293
World Architecture http://www.worldarchitecture.org/
Sergio Chinelli http://www.sergiochinelli.co.za/